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KELEKONA Posts: 605
3/12/12 8:44 P

Rustic whole wheat flour will suck up more moisture than lighter-colored flour. Basically you just have to know what texture you are after. I think starting wetter and needing more flour is better than trying to get more water into a too-dry mix.

Of course, the final result might still be a little strange.

VKKESU Posts: 974
3/8/12 2:11 P

I see that once in a while a recipe will call for white whole wheat flour. Is there any cooking difference between that and just regular whole wheat flour ?

I don't want to buy it for one recipe if my other will work the same.

Thanks.

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